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Nov 3, 2013 6:00pm EST
. and then they have found ways to try to overcome that fallibility. they don't always overcome it, but they find ways to try to do just a little bit better. well, what we come to recognize as we watch medicine and are on the inside of it is something that we have a ard time acknowledging sometimes -- a hard time acknowledging sometimes which is that there is a real bell curve in medicine. there is a distance between the people who are at the bottom of the curve and those who are at the top, and it's a wide difference -- distance. is and also that we're not mostly all grouped around that very best outcome despite all of our training and all the years that we spend in schooling. instead, most of us are grouped right there in the middle, sort of mediocre middle x. there are a few, a handful that tend to be at the very top whether we're talking about institutions or we're talking about individuals. i'll give you a couple of examples. one example is one of the first operations that i learned to do. i wrote about it a little bit as i was learning to do it during "complications." and it's a repair of a hern
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